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Should you offer free consulting? (part 2)

Consulting Questions and Answers

I got some interesting responses to my earlier post asking, “Should you offer free consulting?” In this post, I’ll reveal my paradigm shift compared to when I first started my consulting business to my current thinking, and the results I’ve gotten. Before we get into my answer, if you’ve struggled to get clients, I want […]

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Follow-up LIVE consulting Q & A webinar, this Thursday, 9/27/2012

get your consulting questions answered

Last week’s live webinar was fantastic, and I got an overwhelming response from your e-mails with consulting questions you wanted answered. But there was one problem: I couldn’t cover all the questions you answered. So, I’m going to hold another live consulting questions webinar this Thursday, 9/27/2012, at 9 p.m. Eastern / 6 p.m. Pacific. […]

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Stop deceiving yourself: You DON’T need to be an expert to have a profitable consulting business

You don't have to be an expert to start consulting

I’ve talked to dozens of aspiring consultants and freelancers who delay, hesitate, and sometimes never start their business because they believe they have to be an expert to be a consultant or freelancer. WRONG. You do NOT need to be an expert to have a profitable consulting business. This isn’t a scam, and I’m not […]

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Problems are business opportunities

YouTube video -- problems are opportunities

Consultants often have a hard time connecting with clients and prospects, and constantly struggle to find work or land new clients. This is one of the most frustrating and stressful parts of being a consultant–especially when you’re first starting out. But that can be fixed. Learning to identify problems and reframe them as business opportunities makes you […]

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Still being ignored? 7 proven ways to make yourself irresistible to clients

how to create credibility

Does it seem like your competitors are better than you? Do they outshine you in the marketplace? Do they seem more credible? Maybe your competitors aren’t even that great, but they still manage to steal the spotlight. How do they do it? The hidden secret: create credibility What makes you comfortable buying something? Features? Price? […]

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